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Re: strnlen(3) in kernel

On 06.09.2011 11:41, matthew green wrote:
>> Subject says it all. Anyone objects?
>> Motivation behind:
>> - we already have strlen(3), so having strnlen(3) in kernel is somehow
>> natural.
>> - avoids things like [1] (there are probably other possible consumers in
>> kernel).
> if it is in the kernel, it's strnlen(9)  :-)

Right !)

Is there a way to know what functions are available from libkern, and
those only found in userland libs? Except by looking at libkern.h?

Jean-Yves Migeon

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